Story elements are an important part of a strong English Language Arts education, but they can often feel difficult, confusing, or boring. By using a collaborative and engaging technique like "I Have Who Has," students can quickly learn these important terms while actually enjoying themselves at the same time. This specific "I Have Who Has" works great in multiple different ELA classes, whether you're teaching creative writing, film studies, literary analysis, or a more classical course.
"I Have Who Has" is a powerful activity for reviewing these key terms in any ELA classroom, and this game works great as a formative assessment or study tool too. It's so much fun that it can be used as a student incentive. It also works well when introduced at the beginning of a unit to encourage retention, and it's a great tool to use when you need just a few more minutes of instruction. Overall, this collaborative flashcard activity is a versatile, engaging, and effective way for students to learn accurate definitions of 32 key words when studying the writing craft.
This Product Includes:
- 32 story elements and their definitions
- An alphabetical list of all the words and definitions
- Two decks of "I Have Who Has" cards to keep students engaged and avoid rote memorization
- Written and visual teacher answer keys
- Complete teacher instructions with tips for differentiating the game and encouraging student engagement